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APTA: Public transit riders save $9,330 on average

Accessibility| June 17, 2010
"The Transit Savings Report" released monthly by APTA calculates the average annual and monthly savings for public transit users.

Cubic launches San Francisco Bay Area smart card

Bus| June 17, 2010
So far, Muni, BART, AC Transit, Golden Gate Transit, Golden Gate Ferry and Caltrain — representing about 80 percent of Bay area transit riders — are on the regional smart card bandwagon.
Rail| June 17, 2010

BART names new police chief

Kenton Rainey, the person selected to lead BART's 296-member police force, officially took command as Chief of Police on Wednesday.
Bus| June 16, 2010

Daimler’s Orion delivers to California

Four transit agencies received Orion VII CNG buses. Vehicles feature a low-floor design that optimizes safety and comfort and a frame designed specifically for the extra weight of the CNG fuel tanks.
Bus| June 16, 2010

APTA, eco-nonprofits partner for Dump the Pump Day

Public awareness day highlights the benefits of public transportation, two of which are saving money and promoting energy independence. More than 120 public transportation systems are participating this year.
Bus| June 16, 2010

Report: Biking, walking trips increase

Planned DOT policy change would encourage transportation agencies to go beyond minimum standards and provide safe and convenient facilities for pedestrians and bicyclists.
Rail| June 16, 2010

Bombardier wins Swiss contract

Delivery of the TWINDEXX trains will begin in 2012, and the first vehicles will feature in the standard timetables from December 2013. All 59 trains will be delivered by the end of 2019.
Rail| June 16, 2010

Miami-Dade renames airport rail project

MDT's "AirportLink" is scheduled to open in spring 2012.
Motorcoach| June 16, 2010

NTSB to hold meeting on Ariz. coach crash

The meeting's purpose will be to determine probable cause of the accident and to consider proposed safety recommendations to reduce the likelihood of future mishaps.
Rail| June 15, 2010

FTA approves $5B Oahu rail EIS

Gov. Lingle has said she wants to hold public hearings on the EIS and do an analysis on cost-and-revenue estimates before signing it.

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